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Dog drying coats ruff and tumble

Posted by Bethan Bithell on 5th Mar 2015

To make sure your pet feels comfortable in their Ruff and Tumble dog drying coats, follow the simply guide below.

In order to determine the right size for your dog, you need to know the length of your dog’s topline i.e. from the base of the neck to the base of the tail.

Dog Drying Coats

Once you have measured the topline, use the table below to identify what size you need. If your pets topline measurement is not listed, it is advisable to go for a slightly larger size as it is possible to adjust the belly flap.

Dog Drying Coats Size Guide

Dog Coat Size Topline
Measurement
Weight (Approx) Example of breed
X-Small 14 inches (36cm) 5-9kg Small Terries, Toy brees
Small 17 inches (43cm) 9-14kg Terries, Small Cocker Spaniels
Medium 21 inches (53cm) 13-18kg Cocker Spaniel, Tibetan Terrier, Small Springer, Beagles, Staffie
Medium/Large 24 inches (61cm) 17-25kg Small Labradors, Large Springer Spaniel, Most Border Collies
Large 26 inches (66cm) 25-30kg Labradors, Small Retrievers, Boxers
X-Large 28 inches (71cm) 30-45kg Weimeraner, Small German Shepherd, Setters, Large Retrievers

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